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Lack of insight

I have been recommended a book by Xavier Amador "I am Not Sick, I Do Not Need Help"
His focus is how to get a patient to accept help when they cannot see or accept they have a mental health problem.

I have not read the book but have watched his lectures on YouTube and others might find his approach helpful.

Part 1:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lstn6WNnCRc

Part 2:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VxiBgq5G-cI

This is a coping method that the Qld mental health resources for carers website suggests.

http://mhr4c.com.au/coping-strategies/the-leap-approach/

Darcy
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Hi @Darcy

I hope you don't mind, but I moved your post to 'What's new: services, research, technologies' as I don't want your post to get lost in the other thread. These are very valuable resources - so thank you for sharing them.

 

Nik

 

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thank you

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@oscarc this might help you

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@Jasminej
These are a bit longer but also helps understand lack of insight.

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@GreenT
These talks explain loss of insight.

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@MyBrother - talk on first post

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